With acting, modelling, and entrepreneurial accolades under her belt, Josie Maran’s colourful career doesn’t stop at magazine covers and film appearances. Bringing that same splash of colour to her eponymous cosmetics line, the environmentally conscious collection beautifies as much as it nourishes with three new additions: Coconut Watercolour Eye Shadow, Coconut Watercolour Cheek Gelée, and Argan Infinity Lip and Cheek Creamy Oil.
Despite the socially responsible philosophies and production methods of the brand, the eco-chic colour lines make no secret of their playfulness. Bursting with colour to have you covered from your eyes down to your lips, the range packs all the essential in skin-reviving nutrients without taking itself too seriously.
Though you wouldn’t think it, batting those lids to show off your colour takes its toll. Keep them both hydrated and eye-catching with the one-step simplicity of Coconut Watercolour Eye Shadow ($27). Combining 50 percent pure coconut water and Argan-infused colour to prevent caked, dried out lids, the highly pigmented liquid shadow electrifies eyes with six shades, from sparkling gold to shimmering green.
Cheeks will also enjoy the dream-team of coconut water and Argan oil with the Coconut Watercolour Cheek Gelée ($33). Soothing skin with its cooling and hydrating properties, the gelée has cheeks popping with colour for hours on end, providing 14 hours of beautifying skin nutrition and long-wearing blush with blendable gel coverage. Featuring six shades, from dark honey tones to rosy reds, the collection keeps complexions clear and colourful with electrolytic goodness.
Utilizing the natural oils and extracts that put the brand on the beauty map, the Argan Infinity Lip and Cheek Creamy Oil ($27) enriches skin with 100 percent pure Argan oil, in addition to an ultra-hydrating blend of shea butter, aloe vera, mango seed butter, and macadamia seed oil to keep lips and cheeks soft and supple; while bringing vibrancy with six flirty and bold shades of pink.
Available at Sephora stores island-wide.
Text Trent Davis